The dessert I cooked for this Christmas' dinner, and probably for next dinner of New Year's Eve! I discovered it at Native Food&Wine thanks to Foodbuzz's Daily Buzz newsletter. It's incredibly easy to make, delicious and... highly customizable!


250 gr mascarpone cheese
3 tablespoons agave syrup (or maple syrup)
2 tablespoons caster sugar
your favourite food colorant
grated chocolate


Beat the mascarpone with the syrup in a big bowl until smooth. Add the sugar and beat again. Now add the food colorant and beat once again. Chill for at least 2 hours before serving. Use a pastry bag or a plastic bag with a hole in the lower corner to pour the mixture into the recipients for serving. Spread the grated chocolate over the top.


The original recipe changes a bit and adds a couple tablespoons of liquor to the mixture, just use whichever suits your interest most or create your own flavor (for instance using vanilla). Also, other decorations such as strawberries or any kind of berry, edible cooking flowers, cookies, or anything sweet you find cute enough to accompany them are advisable.


  1. John C said...
    Ooooh! Reminds me of how much I miss thrown together stuff in crystal!

    Happy New Year to you and the carnivore!
    la bitacora de Melusina said...
    Genial. Me compre Marcapone , le agregue agave y le rallé encima el chocolate. Abundante. Me lo he presentado pasado por una manguera que hace dibujos. He repetido 3 dias este postre en una semana. Espero que se me pase el cuelgue. Gracias y un beso de Melusina
    Mash said...
    holap!! has visto julie Y julia? acabo de verla y me ha recordado a ti imdb por cierto sigo pensando en mandarte un brownie de vuelta un dia jeje
    Sorin said...
    Interesting idea… This looks delicious. Tanks for this great post.
    Lucila said...
    Acabo de descubrir tu blog y justo buscaba qué hacer con el mascarpone que me quedó de un tiramisú! Gracias por la idea, la voy a probar hoy mismo!
    melekler korusun final izle said...
    woww very nice photos
    yumy :)
    Eléonora said...
    La chose que je comprends c'est le mascarpone et la photo est délicieuse...

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